The Thompson Graving Dock, Belfast :: Shared Description

The 268m (880ft) long Thompson Graving Dock was constructed between 1903 and 1911 to cater for the new class of White Star liners under construction in Belfast - notably the Olympic and the Titanic. When constructed it was the largest graving dock in the world. It continued to be used for ship repair purposes until 2002 and is now preserved as a tourist attraction.
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J3576 : The Pump-House, Belfast by Rossographer
J3576 : Old shipyard railway, Belfast (7) by Albert Bridge
J3576 : Thompson Dock & Alexandra Dock, Belfast - 2003 by The Carlisle Kid
J3576 : Thompson Graving Dock by Rossographer
J3576 : The Thompson Graving Dock, Belfast by Rossographer
J3575 : Belfast docks from 'Samson' by Rossographer
J3576 : The Thompson Graving Dock, Belfast by Rossographer

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Created: Fri, 10 Jun 2011, Updated: Fri, 10 Jun 2011

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